Universidad de Costa Rica

Ing. Mauricio Espinoza Bolaños, PhD.

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Departamento:
Electrónica y Telecomunicaciones
Categoría:
Instructor
Correo Electrónico:
mauricio.espinoza_bola@ucr.ac.cr
Teléfono:
25112639
Oficina:
508 IE
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Laboratorios:
Laboratorio de Conversión de Energía (LabCES)

Biografía

Mauricio Espinoza was born in Alajuela, Costa Rica. He received the B.Sc. and Lic. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Costa Rica in 2010 and 2012 respectively. He also received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering of the University of Chile in 2018. Actually, he is a lecturer in the University of Costa Rica. During his career, he has worked on research projects related to Modular Multilevel Converters, machine modelling and control systems for power electronics.

Proyectos

B9242: Control y Evaluación de los Convertidores Modulares Multinivel como Sistemas de Conversión de Energía Eólica

Control y Evaluación de los Convertidores Modulares Multinivel como Sistemas de Conversión de Energía Eólica
Participantes:
Ing. Mauricio Espinoza Bolaños, PhD., Ing. Oscar Núñez Mata, PhD.
Inicio: 01/08/2019
Expiración: 01/08/2023

B9716: Diseño y fabricación del sistema electrónico de un láser de fibra óptica de amplio espectro ultrarápido para aplicaciones biomédicas

Diseñar y fabricar el sistema electrónico de un láser de fibra óptica de amplio espectro ultrarápido para aplicaciones biomédicas.
Participantes:
Ing. Jaime Cascante Vindas, Ph.D., Ing. Roberto Rodríguez Rodríguez, PhD., Ing. Federico Ruiz Ugalde, PhD., Ing. Mauricio Espinoza Bolaños, PhD.
Inicio: 04/03/2019
Expiración: 31/12/2021

C1467: Detección de fallas, control e integración de sistemas de energías renovables no convencionales con almacenamiento energético para redes inteligentes

Detección de fallas, control e integración de sistemas de energías renovables no convencionales con almacenamiento energético para redes inteligentes
Participantes:
Ing. Víctor Vega Garita, PhD., Ing. Mauricio Espinoza Bolaños, PhD., Ing. Oscar Núñez Mata, PhD., Ing. Aramis Pérez Mora, PhD.
Inicio: 01/01/2021
Expiración: 31/12/2025

Publicaciones

Control of wind energy conversion systems based on the modular multilevel matrix converter

Matias Diaz and Roberto Cardenas and Mauricio Espinoza and Felix Rojas and Andrés Mora and Jon C Clare and Pat Wheeler (2017)
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics

A novel LVRT control strategy for modular multilevel matrix converter based high-power wind energy conversion systems

Matías Díaz and Roberto Cardenas and B Mauricio Espinoza and Andrés Mora and Félix Rojas (2015)

Improved control strategy of the modular multilevel converter for high power drive applications in low frequency operation

Mauricio Espinoza and Enrique Espina and Matías Diaz and Andrés Mora and Roberto Cárdenas (2016)

Balancing energy and low frequency operation of the modular multilevel converter in back to back configuration

B Mauricio Espinoza and Andrés Mora and Matías Diaz and Roberto Cárdenas (2015)

Model predictive control of modular multilevel matrix converter

Andrés Mora and Mauricio Espinoza and Matías Díaz and Roberto Cárdenas (2015)

Modelling and control of the modular multilevel converter in back to back configuration for high power induction machine drives

Mauricio Espinoza and Roberto Cárdenas and Matías Díaz and Andrés Mora and Diego Soto (2016)

Modelling and control of the modular multilevel matrix converter and its application to wind energy conversion systems

Matias Diaz and Roberto Cárdenas and Mauricio Espinoza and Andres Mora and Pat Wheeler (2016)

An Integrated Converter and Machine Control System for MMC-Based High-Power Drives

Mauricio Espinoza-B and Roberto Cárdenas and Jon Clare and Diego Soto-Sanchez and Matias Diaz and Enrique Espina and Christoph M Hackl (2019)
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics

Control strategies for modular multilevel converters driving cage machines

Mauricio Espinoza and Matías Díaz and Enrique Espina and Christoph M Hackl and Roberto Cardenas (2017)

The application of the modular multilevel matrix converter in high-power wind turbines

Matías Díaz and Mauricio Espinoza and Andrés Mora and Roberto Cárdenas and Pat Wheeler (2016)

Robustness/performance tradeoff for anisochronic plants with two degrees of freedom PID controllers

M Espinoza and José David Rojas and Ramon Vilanova and Orlando Arrieta (2015)

Active power oscillation elimination in 4-leg grid-connected converters under unbalanced network conditions

Andrés Mora and Roberto Cárdenas and Mauricio Espinoza and Matías Díaz (2016)

Identification and control of chemical processes using the anisochronic modeling paradigm

M Espinoza and JD Rojas and R Vilanova and O Arrieta (2015)
IFAC-PapersOnLine

Control and Operation of the MMC-Based Drive with Reduced Capacitor Voltage Fluctuations

M Espinoza and F Donoso and M Diaz and A Letelier and R Cardenas (2018)

Model-Predictive-Control-Based Capacitor Voltage Balancing Strategies for Modular Multilevel Converters

Andrés Mora and Matías Urrutia and Roberto Cárdenas and Alejandro Angulo and Mauricio Espinoza and Matías Díaz and Pablo Lezana (2019)
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics

Vector control strategies to enable equal frequency operation of the modular multilevel matrix converter

Matias Diaz and Mauricio Espinoza and Felix Rojas and Patrick Wheeler and Roberto Cardenas (2018)

Control of modular multilevel cascade converters for offshore wind energy generation and transmission

Matias Diaz and Felix Rojas and Felipe Donoso and Roberto Cardenas and Mauricio Espinoza and Andres Mora and Patrick Wheeler (2018)

Active power angle droop control per phase for unbalanced 4-wire microgrids

Enrique Espina and Mauricio Espinoza and Roberto Cárdenas (2017)

Closed loop vector control of the modular multilevel matrix converter for equal input-output operating frequencies

Matias Diaz and Felix Rojas and Mauricio Espinoza and Andres Mora and Pat Wheeler and Roberto Cardenas (2017)

Back-to-Back Modular Multilevel Converter for drive applications under unbalanced grid conditions

Felipe Donoso and Mauricio Espinoza and Matias Diaz and Arturo Letelier and I Roberto Cardenas (2018)

A Novel Control Strategy for Modular Multilevel-Based Drives Considering the System Operating Point

Mauricio Espinoza and Felipe Donoso and Enrique Espina and Matías Diaz and Roberto Cardenas (2018)

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